Despite publishing over 250 short stories and four prize-winning collections over the past forty years, Edith Pearlman has long eluded attention from all but a modest, ardent cadre of readers. That changed when her fourth book, “Binocular Vision”, was lauded last year on the cover of the New York Times Book Review. It went on to garner more splendid reviews along with a bouquet of awards, prestigious nominations and perhaps most gratifying: a wider audience.
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